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Converse Kids Casual Trainers £11.00 @ amazon

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Sizes: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10

Colours: Black, Beluga/Shearling, Raspberry Rose, Skydiver Blue & Forest green
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#1
That's a great deal, shame my son is a size 13
#2
Is the 'Beluga' kind of a 'winter' edition? Looks like there is fur inside? Can't find anything in the description.
#3
Guys, sorry if this seems like a daft question but will the size 2 fit my little son who is 8 months old?
Am a first time dad and dont have a clue....

Thanks.
#4
Depends on his feet ;)

in seriousness, measure the lenght of the foot of your little one and check out this wikipedia page:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoe_size
#5
Nice and a good deal! Heat! My son is a 6.5 and usually has to go to Clark for instep issues so not sure if a 6 or 7 on here would do......suppose could order and see!

Why when u change a colour or size the style changes from a boot to a shoe and vica versa?!

Edited By: brj080402 on Dec 22, 2010 15:32: add info
#6
Very happy with this deal. Thank you
#7
SilentStorm
Guys, sorry if this seems like a daft question but will the size 2 fit my little son who is 8 months old?
Am a first time dad and dont have a clue....

Thanks.


could be around that, maybe get a 3, if they are big atleast he can grow into them xxx

can you not see what size shoes he is wearing now?

Edited By: bbear690 on Dec 22, 2010 16:26
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SilentStorm
Guys, sorry if this seems like a daft question but will the size 2 fit my little son who is 8 months old?
Am a first time dad and dont have a clue....

Thanks.


I wouldn't buy these for a crawling/cruising baby. They have rigid soles which makes it difficult to feel the floor and can hamper babies starting to walk independently. It's important that first shoes are soft soled and properly fitted by someone trained (Clarkes/Startrite etc). Babies don't need 'proper' shoes until they've been walking 6 weeks. If however you have a walking 8mo I apologise and obviously this doesn't apply!!
#9
Thanks for all your help and advice guys.

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